Stay vigilant when on the water. Weather and electric lines close by can be dangerous when you are near water.
If you are renovating your home—and even if you aren’t but want to update to the latest safety measures—find out what is now required by the 2020 National Electrical Code.
Your spring-cleaning task list may include power-washing your home’s exterior. Follow these suggestions to prevent a serious electrical accident.
Hitting a power pole (or other electrical equipment) creates a scary and dangerous situation. Here’s how to keep your cool and remain safe.
This dangerous job is essential to keeping—and restoring—power for our members.
As we age, our eyes change, and our lighting needs change as a result. Get tips on lighting for safety and better vision from the experts.
Yes, an all-electric house is a thing. Take a closer look at how electric appliances and an electric HVAC system can meet your needs more than ever before.
Out of an abundance of caution and with the health and safety of member-owners in mind, the 2021 Energy Trail Tours have been cancelled.
On cold days, this appliance can keep your toes—or even an entire room—toasty warm without turning up your whole-house heating system.
While extremely cold (or hot) outdoor temperatures can increase your power bill, there are ways to manage the billing bump.